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hayes for the "weekly standard." kirsten powers for the daily and charledale --daily beast. and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. >> start with the chiding republicans for politicizing foreign affairs over benghazi. here we have an incident that occurs november 1, an election five days later. we hear nothing about it until two days after the election. so either our intelligence agencies on which we spend $60 billion a year take a week to ascertain that one of our drones has been shot at or this is an obvious attempt to manipulate information and hide it until after the election. second, there is the response. this is the shooting of american aircraft over international waters. that is an act of war. it doesn't mean we have to go war over it but a serious act of war. we're the protectors and defenders in the shipping in the strait of hormuz. what is our response? protest and the statement we heard that we will continue to this, george little. we have let the iranians know we are going to continue to, continue our flights. how about saying something like you shouldn't
charity. let's bring our panel. fred barnes, executive editor of the weekly standard. kirsten columnist and charles crowd hammer, welcome to you all. and thank you for coming to thanksgiving and share your wisdom with our viewers, we appreciate it. and fred, thank you, a lot are pointing out this people have to be food on the table and don't necessarily even if they don't want to give to charity and if there's a cut back, if that's eliminated, how is it going to play out. >> it didn't happen in the short run, dealing with the fiscal cliff, and i don't think it's going it happen for the simple reason, the people who are the biggest donors as a couple of folks said, introducing this issue, are the most powerful people in the country. they're republicans and democrats and give, this is would decimate hospitals, museums, colleges, universities, so many charities, and that's why it's just not going to happen. and research organizations, and look, there's a lot of money there to be gained by the government. but, it won't happen because the elite of america are the big donors, the richest peop
of the weekend standard. kirsten powers from the daily beast website. fox news's liz cheney and political analyst juan williams. bill, how serious -- do you believe it's morsi claim it's a temporary measure or is this a islamist coo? >> we don't know but we have some influence to make it one over the other. secretary clinton was there and then morsi makes his announcement two days after she levitt the country. this is a place we have no relation with and don't give a lot of aid to so it's a test for the administration. can we pressure morsi and induce morsi to let there be a constitutional process. >> kirsten, how much -- this gets to the question i was discussing with with john mccain. how much can and should the administration do to put pressure on morsi. >> the issue they're facing is egypt plays an important role in the situation with israeli. it's interesting after that happened morsi did that. he has a feeling he has a strong hand. they're going to have to figure out how much they need his support in that situation. so that said, they do need to condemn this kind of antidemocratic behavior
the weekend there was a momentum shift. we will tell you what happened with brit hume. karl rove and kirsten powers. >> were they denied requests for help during the attack? >> well, we are finding out exactly what happened. >> while the national press has been largely missing in action about libya, some local reporters have grilled the president about it we will show you what happened there. >> he will win the popular by, i think about half a point, electoral college probably a very narrow margin. >> bill: also tonight charles krauthammer wants to make a prediction about the presidential election and i will tell you my thoughts as well. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. what if your candidate loses? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. it pains me, pains me to tell you that i cannot make a prediction about tomorrow's vote. you know me. i'm a big mouth. but i really don't know what's going to happen. however, i can call four states right now, georgia and
. back with our panel, a.b., kirsten and charles. kirsten, i'll start with you on this. wal-mart is not unionized and black friday is a huge day for them. they may have workers picketing who are nonunion folks but there has clearly been a union driver behind this. not just showing up at thanksgiving. for years there have been efforts to unionize what is the largest retailer in the u.s. >> we live in a free country. amazing what people can do. they are allowed to make decisions and gather places, and revolutionary. >> i find it strange that conservatives are upset about this, that a government entity is telling people they are not allowed to congregate. >> shannon: there are rules to the game. >> there shouldn't be. i think there is someone can make a -- judge andrew napolitano could control on and make an arguement that the national labor relations board has no constitutional right to tell americans where they can gather and, you know, how they associate and how they can organize in order to be able to get, you know, fight for their workers' rights. in terps of the people wh
at the white house briefing. the panel. steve hayes for the "weekly standard." kirsten powers, columnist for the daily beast. syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. okay, steve, it seems with republicans splitting that would be a nonstarter. >> yeah. i would think it would be a nonstarter. one of the very few things that democrats could do at this point to get republicans to run away from the table. i think that republicans came up the day after the election and said look, we are open to new revenues an we understand we want to get new re-knews -- revenues to generate new revenues but we are open to new revenues. they thought of that with the hope and expectation that democrats would come with specificity on the spending cuts or entitlen'ts. however naive the expectation might have been. what we are seeing now is the president seeming to be entertaining any of a number of suggestions, including going over the cliff or decoupling. that would avoid, allow him to avoid having to prevent specifics on entitlements and spending on the things that the republicans were hoping could bring them
weekly standard," kirsten powers from the daily beast web site and fox news analyst liz cheney and fox news political analyst, juan williams. bill, how serious is the situation in egypt in do you believe his claim that this is a temporary measure? until the country adopts a new constitution? or is it possibly an islamist coup? >> we don't know. we have some influence i think to make it one and not the other and that is the test for us and it is a test for us, the administration, secretary clinton was there, earlier this week, and, then, morsi makes the announcement, what, two days after she left the country and this is not a place we don't have relations schmidt, and a place we don't give a lot of aid to and it is a test to the administration, can we pressure and introduce him to let there be -- and induce him, and the who ... >> chris: kirsten, this is the question i discussed with john mccain, how much can and should the administration do to try to put pressure on morsi to pull back. >> the issue, obviously, they are facing is egypt played an important role in the situation with isra
? bill kristol of "weekly standard." kirsten powers for daily beast. and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. charles? >> these are the numbers you get when you have a stagnant economy. stagnant unemployment. if you keep up with the numbers of jobs added, barely enough to keep up with the increase in population. unemployment takes up. people's perception of the economy have been fixed. unchanged for at least six months. so i think it has zero effect on the economy. on the election, i mean. in terms of the people who vote on the economy. so i think it's probably a wash. i think obama is lucky it came in under 8%. technically under 8%. he can talk about the increase in jobs since, you know, the last eight months, ridiculous number. romney case is the same in the past. no effect. >> bret: kirsten? >> romney's argument that it's higher than it was when obama came in office, of course, it's higher than it was. shedding $800,000 jobs a month. trajectory was set when he came in. obama broke the psychological barrier of 8%. it happened, you know, before and it continues that. ticked up s
for the "weekly standard." kirsten powers columnist for the daily beast. brit hume, and "fox news sunday" host chris wallace. we do talking, chris, with the campaigns, to try to get a sense of where their head is heading in the day. when you report like that, you get spun about what they want but you get nuggets of information. >> my favorite nugget is that the romney campaign has project orca. like the killer whale. that is 20,000 volunteers out in the field tomorrow. mico targeting. if they haven't voted how do they get them to vote. why is it project orca? it turns out that the obama campaign earlier had project narwahl. that is also a kind of whale. this was data money, something different. guess what? orca prey on and eat narwahl so advantage romney. [ laughter ] >> bret: do you have any animal stories you can bring? >> i love that! >> my sense about this is simple. we're looking at a national race for all intents and purposes tied. a set of polls that suggest obama is leading in most pol polls. president obama will win and that is what people think. that is the conventionm wisdom. a numb
, radio talk show and kirsten powers, columnist with the daily beast. so much for the purple theme of the day. [laughter] >> we blew it today, megyn. megyn: this is interesting to me, a lot of news organizations have headlines today that say sandy wasn't a factor, sandy wasn't a factor. it wasn't the dominant factor, but it was a factor for some voters. i guess the question is, are those people who were going to vote for romney and got swayed to obama because of sandy? your thoughts, kirsten? >> i don't think so. i think in that question you don't know for sure whether or not those people were already volting for obama and that just sort of was the thing that clinched it for them or not. but i think fundamentally people were voting on the economy, and they were voting for who they thought was going to do the best job on the economy. and when it came down to it, i think they bought the story that barack obama was telling which is things are turning around, stick with me. you don't really know who this guy is, he's this, you know, rich guy who doesn't really understand you. as you kn
weekly standard." former senator evan bayh. syndicated radio talk show host laura ingraham. and kirsten powers from daily beast website. what are the chances, realistic chances that the president could work with the republicans in a second term to solve the nation's problems? >> there is a very good chance he will pass major consequencial legislation in the second term. people won't like it that much. republicans will have to give in, much more than they think hecht won re-election. four presidents in the last century won more than 50% of the vote twice. roosevelit pains me to say that. the president is in good shape. republicans in the house will get some concessions and compromises but there will be a big budget deal next year, obama type deal more than pro-ryan deal. elections have consequences. >> chris: let me ask you about that, senator bayh. you heard congressman price say no, the country voted for divided government. they gave him a mandate and gave house republicans a mandate. moderate democrat yourself, what do you think is the key to how obama finds a way to work with the g.o
miller is a pulitzer prize-winning investigate iive reporter, kirsten powers is with the daily beast, both are fox news contributors. i want to start off by playing a bit of the news conference the president had after his re-election. his first time at the podium in eight months, a solo news conference, and really the first time we'd had an opportunity as the press corps to question him about what happened in men with ghazi, and here is one of the questions or statements that gets made. listen. >> and congratulations, by the way. >> thanks. there when i was running for state senate. >> that's right, i was. >> christy and i go back -- >> i've never seen you lose. i wasn't looking the one time. jon: judy, what do you think of that? >> well, i think a little banter back and fort is sometimes appropriate -- forth and sometimes appropriate, but not when a president has been hiding from the media, at least the media who's supposed to be asking him to tough questions for so very long. this was our first opportunity as reporters to get him to answer the questions that have been swirling arou
. democratic strategist marianne marsh and here in d.c. fox news analyst and democrat kirsten powers. i love democrat right in the intro. >> yeah. >> laura: what about this? it sounds nice. let's get along. kum ba yah, hug, huddle together. harry reid had a lot of power in the last couple of years and he decided that they weren't going to pass any budgets and talk about budgets. he wasn't going to do anything. >> both exercise their filibuster rights. >> i think there is gridlock. and it me mains to be seen we have had almost nothing change despite this long election. i think both sides are trying to sound more conciliatory because they know that's what americans want. they are both going to have to give i try to be hopeful. it's very hard in this town. >> some of us don't mind some gridlock on those issues. i'm not worried about the gridlock because i think a lot of mischief gets created. not talking about the fiscal cliff, of course. harry reid comes out there, let's get along, guys. then he started talking about a mandate. i wanted you to listen to this sound bite. let's listen. >> the ma
bill kristol of the weekly standard. former senator evan bayh talk show host laura ingram and kirsten powers from the daily beast web site. what are the realistic changes they can work with republicans in the second term to solve the nation's problems. >> you will have major xri indications in the second term. i think republicans will have to give in much more than they think. they won the election. they won 50 percent of the vote twice. vose velroosevelt eisenhower an obama. democrats think the president is in good shape republicans in the house be able to get some concessions and compromises. but i think there will be a big budget deal next year. it will be a paul ryan budget deal. elections have consequences. >> you heard him say no the country voted for divided they gave house republicans a mandate. as a moderate democrat yourself what do you think is the key to how obama finds a way to work with the gop and not just senator two more years of gridlock. >> i have been as pessimistic about gridlock in washington. like bill i am some what modestly on the miss thieshg. the president h
: first presidential news conference since last march. a republic strategist and kirsten powers, a democrat and fox news contributor. kristen and kirsten, sounds like aba is being introduced on the program. all right, powers. basically a waste of time, right? >> well, it wasn't a waste of time because there was one thing that the president said that added, i think, to the libya story when he was talking about susan rice and he basically was really offended that anybody would criticize susan rice for her statements that she made on the sunday shows and he said, you know, why is she being cite sized she went on these shows she knew nothing about benghazi. >> bill: why did she go on the shows then. >> right. exactly which raises the question. >> bill: let me set it up in case people didn't see it okay. >> bill: senator mccain and lindsey graham of south carolina are threatening to block the nomination of susan rice if the president wants her to be secretary of state which i don't think is going to harassment i don't know why he wants that. >> right. >> bill: the president got mad a
, syndicated radio talk show host laura ingraham and kirsten powers from daily beast web site. bill, what remember the chances, realistic chances the president can work with republicans in a second term, to solve the nationnatio nation's problems. >> there is a good chance he'll pass major consequential legislation in the second term and people like me won't like it much and, he won re-election and he is the fourth president in the last president to win more than 50% of the vote, twice, roosevelt, eisenhower, reagan and obama and it pains me to say that. but, it is a fact. the democrats picked up seats in the house and senate and the president is in good shape, and, the republicans in the house will be able to get some concessions and compromises, but i think there will be a deep budget deal next year, and obama-type budget deal, and election have consequences. >> chris: let me asks about that, senator bayh, the country voted for divided government and gave him a mandate and, house republicans a mandate and as a moderate democrat what is dhee to how obama finds a way -- the key to how oba
problems and stop all the nonsense. lincoln could have done it. republic-- strike that gist and kirsten powers the democrat and fox news analyst. who is your person of the year? >> while using "time" magazine's criteria which doesn't mean it's necessarily a person you think is good or bad or but someone who we spent a lot of time talking about who has a real impact this year i think would be mohammed morsi who is on their list of people to choose from the first democratically elected president of egypt that, i think it was very important moment in the middle east it was an ally of the united states and it really have l. have an impact on the future of the middle east. >> bill: so you think everybody is talking about mohammed morsi? is that what you are telling me? is he on everybody's mind. >> i know you are mad because i didn't say bill o'reilly. don't get nasty and lash out. [ laughter ] >> bill: morsey is morsi is a minor figure right now. >> no. >> bill: he he is he may emerge in a major figure in a bad or good way. he could broker peace that would be good. he could try to take over
: on the panel this week, judy miller, cal thomas, jim pinkerton and columnist kirsten powers. i'm jon scott. fox too news watch is on right now. >>> i wish all of them. particularly first lady and their daughters. this is time of great challenges for america. [ applause ] >> i pray that the president will be successful in guiding our nation. [ applause ] >> tonight in this election you, the american people reminded us while our world has -- our road has been hard and journey been long we have picked ourselves up. we have fought our way back. we know in our hearts that for the united states of america the best is yet to come. >> jon: that the way election night ended. so considering it all, jim, after more than a year long campaign, it's over? did it fit the media narrative? >> it ended the way the media wanted it to end. the feeling perspective let's go back to july 10th, 2004 when evan thomas of newsweek said media support for democrats, quote, maybe 15 points. on october 17th, 2004 he amended that to five points. he won by two points. >> jon: you think if media were absolutely fair, mitt romne
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